Waar over de wereld waren Nederlandse makers en culturele instellingen actief in 2016?


DutchCulture, which is situated in Amsterdam, aims to strengthen Dutch international cooperation in the areas of culture, media and heritage.

Regarding heritage specifically, DutchCulture‘s main objective is to improve the coherence and visibility of Shared Cultural Heritage. It does so by offering a number of services to Dutch and international heritage professionals and institutions.

The primary services within the field of Shared Cultural Heritage are:

  • Advice on Shared Cultural Heritage projects. DutchCulture can connect you to its network of international heritage professionals.
  • DutchCulture manages a Matching Fund. Dutch legal entities (companies and registered freelancers) are able to apply for partial funding for Shared Cultural Heritage projects.
  • DutchCulture offers Dutch organisations working on a Shared Cultural Heritage project the opportunity to apply for compensation for travel expenses to one of the ten appointed Shared Cultural Heritage countries.
  • DutchCulture is in charge of managing information channels about Shared Cultural Heritage in the digital space. This includes the Shared Cultural Heritage database and the Shared Cultural Heritage newsletter. Additionally, DutchCulture actively uses social media to share the latest news on Shared Cultural Heritage projects.
  • DutchCulture organises customised visitors programmes for international heritage professionals. These programmes are an opportunity to get to know Dutch experts and institutions. The visitors are selected in dialogue with the Dutch embassies.

If you are interested in one of these services or if you have questions, please contact us.